The Taipan Masterclass is modeled after one of the world’s outstanding executive strategy and education programs, Birthing of Giants, conducted by MIT since 1992.
Washington, D.C (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
Businesses that fail to understand the importance of the global marketplace and how to conduct business on the world stage are leaving millions of dollars in revenue behind. The Entrepreneurs’ Organization(EO) is holding the next session of its three-year Taipan Master Class, an international entrepreneur mentoring and entrepreneur forum for EO business members.
The Taipan Masterclass is modeled after one of the world’s outstanding executive strategy and education programs, Birthing of Giants, conducted by MIT since 1992. This EO event first launched in 2001 by Entrepreneurs’ Organization Malaysia has been attended by thousands of CEOs and executives throughout Asia.
EO and YPO business members are invited to join the three-year program at any time. This year the program running May 1-4, will be held in Manila, the Philippines at Enderun College. Entrepreneurs will be guided by three global business gurus, Jeffrey Thull who will talk about strategic selling; Brad Smart who will talk about hiring and retaining people; and Patrick Thean who will be talking about execution strategies and building healthy teams.
In addition, the Taipan Masterclass will host a special open entrepreneur forum, Night of the Living Dead, where participants, in a confidential setting, share some of their most challenging business issues and stories. The goal of this forum is for business leaders to learn from each other and challenging each other to find creative and effective solutions to their most pressing business concerns.
EO and YPO members interested in the program can learn more and register online at email@example.com
About the Entrepreneurs’ Organization
The Entrepreneurs' Organization is a dynamic, global network of more than 8,000 business owners in 40 countries. Founded in 1987 by a group of young entrepreneurs, EO is the catalyst that enables entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other, leading to greater business success and an enriched personal life. Membership in one of EO’s 120 chapters is by invitation only; the average member is 41 years old with annual revenues of US$17.3 million. For more information on the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, visit http://www.eonetwork.org or call +1.703.519.6700.